Freshly Pressed: More Awesome Juices On The Scene In New York
Weekly Article Roundup
Posted January 18th, 2013 by noelle |
This is a picture of Hanalei Bay, located on the north shore of Kauaʻi island in Hawaii. I snapped this photo earlier this month during a trip my husband and I took to the island. It was pretty early, as I remember, just before six o’clock in the morning. It made me smile earlier this week as I was flipping through a few photos from our trip, and so I wanted to share it with you.
I also wanted to ask how everyone is coming along with their healthy living goals for January? I was in line at the gym this week with a few girls who were laughing about how they wanted to try and eat healthier, but they weren’t into “all that healthy kale stuff.” I appreciated where they were coming from (I do eat a lot of kale but it took me a while to get there!). One girl in line ahead of me ordered her first green juice, prompted by her friends. Her order, however, was not without some serious skepticism (which I loved). I’m a huge green juice fan, but sometimes a green juice is just too “grassy” (even for someone like me who likes a good stiff green juice!). That’s why I want to share with you next week how I go about “doctoring up a green juice” occasionally.
I hope you all have a great weekend! And I hope to hear from you!
Weekly article roundup
The following are a few articles I enjoyed reading this week.
- More Awesome Juices On The Scene In New York – Well and Good NYC
- Why Don’t We Study Healthy People More – Fit Bottomed Girls
- 5 Good Reasons To Sleep Naked (For Your Health!) – Blisstree
- Living With Marble – Remodelista
- Victoria Beckham on the Alkaline Diet – Foodista
- The Workout Vitamin – Equinox Q Blog
- Get More Out Of Spin Class – Shape Magazine
- 13 Ways to Eat Healthier in 2013 – Fitness Magazine
- How I Stopped My Gym Membership and Got Fit – Health Geek Chic
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